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US Army: daigcounselingguide

US Army: daigcounselingguide

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Department of The ArmyInspector GeneralCounseling Guide
SEPTEMBER 2003
Note: Sample Forms are just guides for your reference.
 
 
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SAIG-ZA 7 November 2002MEMORANDUM FOR RECORDSUBJECT: Counseling Guidance1. Counseling is a basic responsibility of every leader and an important part of taking care of Soldiers. Counseling responsibility ranges from holding scheduled, structure counseling sessionsto reacting to problem situations as they occur by giving on-the-spot guidance.2. This guidance is intended to assist you in conducting timely and thorough counseling on yourSoldiers. The references indicated on the enclosed “Minimum Counseling” document at the TABare your principle references for developing counseling programs and conducting counselingsessions within DAIG. The examples listed in this manual are not all inclusive. Leaders shoulduse the examples only as a guide to ensuring compliance with The Office of The InspectorGeneral counseling program.3. Division chiefs and/or unit commander may, in some cases, be required to endorse counselingfrom a Soldier's supervisor; they may do this by completing and signing the LeaderResponsibilities section of the DA Form 4856. If Soldiers fail to comply with the information inthe Plan of Action section of the DA Form 4856, supervisors do not have to develop a wholenew counseling. Part IV of the DA Form 4856 may be used for this purpose.4. Once the counseling program has been established, develop ways to verify that counseling isbeing conducted in your division. For example, hold counseling EDREs, emphasize counselingduring staff calls, conduct periodic counseling training, conduct spot checks, etc.5. Leaders are reminded that written counseling should be based on factual information only.Therefore, if counseling is conducted properly, a Soldier should agree with the key points of discussion and the plan of action. If they disagree, they should be encouraged to state specificallywhy in the “Individual counseled remarks” section.6. Inspector General Network (IGNET) website help at:http://saig-web1.ignet.army.mil/saig/fr2.htm and Department of the Army Counseling website at:http://www.counseling.army.mil 7. The points of contact for this action are the undersigned at (703) 695-1500/01 (DSN 225).PETER G. MOTTA PAUL T. MIKOLASHEKSGM, USA LTG, USAThe Inspector General Sergeant Major The Inspector General
 
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MINIMUM COUNSELING REQUIREMENTS
Type of Counseling Frequency Reference Reference Title Ref/Change Date Chapter/Para/Page
ADAPCP As required AR 600-85 Alcohol and Drug 11-Sep-95Abuse Preventionand ControlProgramBar to Reenlist/ Retention As required AR 601-280 Army Retention 31-Mar-99 Chapter 8w/in 90 days - arrival Program Para 11-4Chapter As required AR 635-200 Enlisted Personnel 26-Jun-96 Chapter 1Extremist Group As required AR 600-20 Army CommandPolicy 30-Mar-88 Chapter 4Family Care Plans Initially / Annually AR 600-20 Army Command 30-Mar-88 Chapter 5PolicyFamily Financial Support Upon notification AR 608-99 Family Support 1-Nov-94 Chapter 2As required Child Custodyand PaternityFlags As required AR 600-8-2 Suspension of 30-Oct-87 Chapter 2Favorable ActionsInitial:Enlister Within 30 days FM 22-100 Army Leadership Aug-99 Appendix C - DevelopmentalCounselingNCO Beginning of FM 22-100 Army Leadership Aug-99 Appendix C - Developmentalrating period AR 623-205 NCOER Counselingall ranksOfficer AR 623-105 OER 1-Apr-98 Chapter 2AR 600-8-18Mental Health Refferals As required DoD Directive Mental Health 14-Sep-93 Page 3-16490.1 Evaluation of Membersof Armed ForcesNonjudicial Punishment As required AR 27-10 Military Justice 20-Aug-99 Chapter 3Overweight Monthly AR 600-9 The Army Weight 1-Oct-90 Para 21Control ProgramPerformance:Enlisted Periodically/Monthly FM 22-100/ Army Leadership Aug-99 Appendix C - DevelopmentalUnit SOP CounselingNCO Quarterly FM 22-100 Army Leadership Aug-99 Appendix C - DevelopmentalAR 623-205 NCOER CounselingOfficer As required AR 623-105 OER 1 Apr 98 Chapter 2Pregnacy Initially AR 635-200 Enlisted Personnel 26-Jun-96 Chapter 8Officer 1-May-89 Chapter 3Promotion / Reduction Initially/Quarterly AR 600-8-19 Enlisted Promotion 1-Nov-91 Chapter 2, 3, 6and ReductionAPFT Failures Upon failures AR 350-41 Training in Units 19-Mar-93 Chapter 9As required FM 21-20 Physical Fitness Trng 30-Sep-92 Page 14-11

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